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SPELLBINDING Persimmon offers a range of attractions for buyers to choose from.
It's easy to understand his artistic dilemma, though: Creating sequences of such uncanny power necessarily upsets the very idea of narrative or thematic resolution; those spellbinding intervals overwhelm not just the characters but the film itself.
This wealth of spellbinding detail creates a rather gossipy relationship between author and reader -- particularly since much of the evidence relates to intimate surgical operations.
Danzig, one of the nation's most spellbinding motivational speakers, will be a guest at the NACORE New York Holiday Evening Party, co-sponsored with IDRC, on Tuesday, December 7th at 7:30 p.
Most online medical sites are about as spellbinding as a nutrition label on a package of Twinkies," says PC Magazine Online.
Raygun Creates a Spellbinding Spot for TCM Remembers 2006
Aside from a brief foreword, there is almost no text; the spellbinding images speak for themselves (the scant text is in English, though).
But Cowell is forced to eat his words after a spellbinding opera performance with his friend Charlotte Jaconelli, 17.
Families can experience some spellbinding fun at MetroCentre when the hugely popular MetroGnomes are joined by Harry Potter character lookalikes.
Richard Griffiths is utterly spellbinding as the charismatic, yet fatally flawed mentor Hector and Frances de la Tour is formidable as Miss Lintott, a spinster trapped in a patriarchal microcosm.
The 2003 documentary ``Spellbound'' was, as its title suggests, a spellbinding depiction of several children's efforts to achieve spelling-bee glory.
Blending history with fantasy, Marillier is a masterful storyteller with a spellbinding voice that keeps readers engrossed.